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murmur

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Eventually, the murmur gets louder, the heart enlarges and clinical signs develop.
More recently a large study has been performed with dogs not showing any clinical signs of heart disease, but did have a grade three or above heart murmur.
A DOG who was left to suffer in a hot car now needs urgent care for a heart murmur.
A study of medical students with basic training in echocardiography showed that they were able to characterize murmurs more accurately with point-of-care ultrasound than experienced cardiologists auscultating the murmur.
Is that murmur whispering something serious about your heart health?
A heart murmur is often the first signal that the heart isn't functioning properly A normal heartbeat has a specific sound caused by the flow of blood through the valves: lub-dub, lub-dub, lub-dub.
MY FEMALE ENGLISH cocker spaniel is 11 years old and was recently diagnosed with a heart murmur.
CardioSleeve is designed to allow pediatricians and clinicians can quickly visualise heart sound, analyse for arrhythmia or murmur, and identify heart failure.
Here, wings of death, I spit this murmur that will drown in a sea of
Zenga, who is blind and has a heart murmur, but has a sweet nature and would make a wonderful pet
Murmur is an important finding and mostly represents congenital heart disease.
A A MURMUR is an abnormal heart sound that is caused by increased blood flow through either the valves of the heart or a hole in the heart.